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01924 908333

The complete multi-disciplinary referral service

01924 908333

The complete multi-disciplinary referral service

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Soft Tissue Surgery

Animal soft tissue surgery involves the investigation and treatment of conditions in the head, neck, chest and abdomen. Common referred surgeries include abdominal, oral, ENT, thoracic, urogenital, oncologic and skin surgery.

At Paragon Veterinary Referrals, we deliver the highest standards of animal soft tissue surgery, and use both surgical and medical treatments to help pets suffering from soft tissue conditions.

Our soft tissue surgery team provides a comprehensive referral service for all surgical conditions, including thoracic surgery, head and neck operations, gastro-intestinal surgery, urogenital surgery, abdominal procedures and the management of complicated wounds. Typical soft tissue surgery patients may be suffering from:

  • Lumps and bumps
  • Problems with passing urine
  • Ear problems
  • Breathing problems
  • Wounds

Our experienced clinicians offer the highest standards of care, along with the support of our anaesthesia team and our dedicated interns and nursing staff, who provide intensive care, 24 hours a day, for all our surgical patients. Our soft tissue surgeons also work closely with the internal medicine team to provide a holistic service for your pet.

You can initially expect to have a 20 - 60 minute consultation, during which time we will take a thorough history and examine your pet carefully. We will try to answer any questions you may have and suggest ways in which we can investigate and treat your pet's problem. We will always discuss potential costs, outcomes and risks including complications.

Assuming you agree to treatment, your pet may need to be left with us for immediate investigation. The treatment may require your pet to remain hospitalised with us for several days, but we will keep you up to date with progress every step of the way.